Knockanure Notes — 28th September, 2014

RAMBLING HOUSE: We are delighted to announce our Rambling House at Knockanure Community Centre on  Thursday 2nd October at 9 pm. Everyone is welcome. Please come along and enjoy a great night of music, song and dance. Admission free. Refreshments will be served. Contact Ann Flavin at  0863090948.

SENIOR Citizens Meeting in the Marian Hall on Tuesday Sept. 30th at 7.30pm.

“Dancing Classes”.  Starting on Wednesday 1st October 2014.  From 8pm, Waltz, Jiving, Foxtrot etc.  All age groups and beginners welcome.  For more information, ring 087 6809249 or 068 49799.

BADMINTON: Moyvane Badminton Juvenile Club: Badminton began again on Monday evening 29th of September.

POSITIVE Ageing Week: 1st October to 9th October 2014.

Glin Day Care, Thursday 16th October at 12.30 p.m.  The group attending are from Glin, Athea, Ballylongford and Moyvane.  Music by Stevie Donegan.

DEATH took place on 22 September 2014 of Peg MOORE (née Boyle) Litter Road, Asdee. Wife of the late Mick, mother of Fr. Pat (Duagh), Michael (Surrey), Diarmuid (Claremorris). Sadly missed by her sons, daughters in law Jacinta and Geraldine, grandchildren Clíona, Michael, Shane, Gearoid and Conor, nieces Marie, Peg and Lal.
Requiem Mass for Peg Moore was celebrated in St. Mary’s Church, Asdee on Wednesday 24th September ‘14 followed by burial in Ahavallin Cemetery, Ballylongford.

DEATH has occurred of Dan Joy of Killocrim, Listowel. Requiem Mass for Dan Joy  was celebrated on 24th September 2014 in St. Mary’s Church, Listowel with burial afterwards in Finuge Cemetery. Dan is survived by his wife Marie, sons James and Maurice, mother Ann and Sister Mary.

ANNIVERSARIES: John McEllligott, Jim Hudson, Brendan O Carroll, Catherine Mulvihill, Paddy Leahy, Fr Dan O Sullivan, Tom Fitzgerald, Mossie Culhane, Bridget Dillane, Michael Joe Enright, Patsy Byrne, Tade Bunion, Rosaleen Galvin, Jackie Hassett, Fr. Tim Buckley, Bridie Pelican, Bridie Barrett, Jay Kennelly, Joan McEnery, Patsy Fogarty, Eddie Langford, Jerry O Regan, Gerard F Horgan, Willie Stack, Sr. Estelle Cunningham, Fr. Sean Danaher, Pat Furlong, Mary E Carpenter, Denis Flaherty, Mai Wallace, P J Sheahan, Ellen Dowling, Tom Connolly, Jim McCarthy, Pat Stanley, James Moore. Mass on Tues. 30th at 7.30pm for Mikie Joe Enright. Mass on Wed. Mass on
Sat. 4th at 7.30pm for John O’Connor. Mass on Sun.5th at 11.00am for Henry Stackpoole. Mass on Tues. 7th at 7.30pm for William Stack & the deceased members of the Stack Family.

FIRST Friday of the Month.  Usual Communion Rounds, Knockanure in the morning and Moyvane in the afternoon. Mass in Knockanure on Thurs. 2nd at 7.30pm and Moyvane on Fri. 3rd at 7.30pm.        

CHURCH NEWS: Meeting of the Finance Committee on Wednesday 8th October at 8pm in the Presbytery. Confessions every Saturday before the Vigil Mass at 7.10pm and on request.
Adoration Sun.  4.00pm to 5.00pm, Wed. 10.00 to 7.00pm Knockanure Tues. 10.00am to 6.00pm.
Readers: Vigil,  Seline Mulvihill. 11.00am Kevin Hudson & Karina Stack; Knockanure 10.00am Margaret Carmody & Mary Fitzgerald.

FUNDRAISING: Duagh Sports & Leisure Complex Will be holding a fundraising “Night at the Dogs” on Saturday night 4th October. Tickets available from committee members & Stevie’s Shop.

PARISH Magazines, editors of local magazines are now expecting items for their winter journals.

LEAVING: After 800 years the Dominicans are to withdraw from Limerick city.

CLOTHES: Kingdom Care – Caring for the Elderly in Kerry will hold a Clothes Collection in Moyvane Church Carpark on Saturday 4th October from 10am – 4pm.

CHARITY SHOW on October 3 at 8pm in the Glorach Theatre Abbeyfeale. Bookings 087 1 38 39 40.

 HARM REDUCTION SEMINAR: Devon Inn Hotel, Thursday, October 9 at 7pm., sponsored by the Mid-West Drugs and Alcohol Forum with input from the transition students of Colaiste Íde and Iosef. Key-note Speakers: GROW – Christine Fitzgerald.HSE – Anna O’Neill.MWRDAF – Mick Lacey. LSP – Phelim Macken..

CHALLENGE: Dromtrasna Challenge, a fundraising effort for Milford Hospice, will take place on Saturday 18th of October at 3pm in Dromtrasna, Abbeyfeale. The choice of a 5 mile run or 4 kilometre walk, young and old. Registration begins at 2pm in Dromtrasna National School.

THOUGHT: “No man can tell another his faults so as to benefit him, unless he loves him. Henry” Ward Beecher.
John Keats says “a man can only be rooted in one dear and perpetual place”.

PILGRIMAGE: Medjugorje Pilgrimage:   11th – 18th   October 2014 and 18th– 25th October 2014,  Tel 048  82241888 for further information.

ROME:  Pilgrimage to Rome 19-23 Oct.  To include the Beatification ceremony of Pope Paul VI, Mass at the tomb of St John Paul & papal audience with Pope Francis.  Info: 057 9355050.

CHARISMATIC: Cork & Kerry Charismatic Renewal Conference – Cork Int’l Airport Hotel – Sat 18 & Sun 19 Oct.  Talks, Testimonies, Healing Service.  Come and join us for a spirit-filled weekend! Info: 087 9524334.

YOUNG  Environmentalist Awards (YEA). The awards, now in their 16th year, are run by ECO-UNESCO, Ireland’s environmental education and youth organisation. The initiative is open to young people aged 10-18 years form across all 32 counties in Ireland, there is 10 categories.

CLEAN up with the International Ocean Conservancy. Last year 645,015 volunteers in 92 countries removed 5,580 tonnes of marine litter from the world’s oceans.

 I.C.A. in Limerick celebrated their 70th Anniversary on September 16th. 2014. They held a lunch at the Woodlands Hotel, Adare on Sunday 14th to mark the occasion.

FINUGE RAMBLING HOUSE Finuge Friday night, Oct. 3rd at 9pm.  Musicians, singers, and storytellers most welcome.  Light refreshments served.

ADULT MUSIC LESSONS at Thatched Cottage Finuge on Monday Oct. 6 from 8 – 10.30pm with music teacher, TP McNamara.

SINGING: Annual Garry McMahon traditional singing weekend in Abbeyfeale on 17th, 18th and 19th October 2014.

ARDFERT RETREAT CENTRE: Thursday 9th Oct. 8.00pm ‘Famine Times in the Ardfert area’ with Tommy O’ Connor. All Welcome.

SICK: Abbeyfeale Fire Station is to close for three weeks due to staff being unavailable for work due to illness.

COLUMBAN LAY MISSIONAIRIES: “Come and See” weekend. An information weekend on lay mission. Held on the 1st weekend of each month. Contact: St. Columban’s, Dalgan Park, Navan, Co. Meath. [email protected] Phone: 0469021524 or

MOUNT ST. JOSEPH ABBEY “Come and See”. For men aged 20 to 40 who may be discerning a monastic vocation. Friday 17t to Sunday 19th of October in Roscrea, Co Tipperary. Contact Vocations Director, Br. Malachy on 085 8338503 or email [email protected].

AN EVENING WITH ST THERESE OF LISIUEX: Wednesday October 1st at 7.30pm in the Queen of Divine Will Oratory, Camp. Celebrant: Fr. Anthony Buckley. Mass, Rosary, Benediction, Blessing with 1st class relic of St. Therese. All are most welcome.

MEDUGORJE EVENING: Hubert Liebherr’s testimony about his early life and his account of how Medugorje changed his faith and outlook. St. Brendan’s Pastoral Centre, Thus. Oct 9th at 7.15pm.

ARTHRITIS IRELAND: Six week course entitled: “Living well with Arthritis” at Tralee Education Centre. Starting Wednesday October 14th. Contact 01 6470206 or

NEW: Cambridge, MA – EETimes Europe reports that, “MIT researchers have found a way to design a flexible material that can change both its colour or fluorescence and its texture at the same time, on demand. According to MIT Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Xuanhe Zhao.

Births and Marriage St Brendan’s Church Tarbert. Selection from 1793 to 1914.
1793, names Ware, King, Burke, Connor, Gallaher, Leslie, Supple, Martin.
17 March 1793 Eleanor to Tom and Ellen Lucit, Tarbert.
De. 1795 Blakeney to Ed, Greed and Mary Kitson, Kilnaughtin.
2 April 1797 Sarah to Collins Louth Malitia.
19 Feb. 1797 John to Allen, Louth Malitia.
4 Feb. 1797 Ann Willow a foundling of Tieraclea.
13 July 1796 Jas to Jas & Mgt. Wall, Kilbaha.
25 July 1797, Eleanor to Jas and Mgt. Wall , Kilbaha.
14 May 1797, Cath. To John Madden, Limerick.
10 Jan. 1798, Tom to Tom McCarthy, drummer RT Militia.
9 Feb. 1798 George to Jas Dune , Tyrone Militia.
24 Oct. Mary to Rich and Mary King, Tieraclea.
3-3-1799. Twins to Wm. and Mgt. Bolton, Kildare Militia.
20 Jan. 1799. Ed to Ed Creed and Mary Kitson, Tarbert.
26 Nov. twins to Henry and Mary Supple.
22 Sept. Ann to Sarah Egan.
25 March 1800. Pat to Henry Burke, Roscommon Militia.
1-2-1800. Francis Chute to Tom and Mgt Sandes, Sallowglen.
5 Nov 1800, Wm. to Robert and Jane Walker, RI Artillery.
31 Oct. 1800 Henry to Henry and Sarah McCormick.
27 July Winifred to Jas. & Eliz Dogherty, Roscommon.
26 April 1800 Tom to Ambrose and Ann Kelly, Tarbert.
7 Dec. 1800. Lydia to Wm. and Agnes Adams, Roscommon Militia, Kilnaughton.
14 May 1801. Mgt. to William Hayes and Catherine Cusack, Ballyduff and Kilrush.
18 Dec. 1803. John to Charles & Eleanor Wren, Tarbert.
16 July 1803, John to George and Eliza Enraght, Tarbert.
16 Dec. 1806. Barbara to John and Lucind Sandes, Moyvane.
19-3-1808. Wm. To Jas. & Eliz. Stokes, Tarbert.
7 Jan 1810.Sarah to Jn. & Susan Dogherty, Tarbert.
27 Jan. 1812, Sarah to James & Mgt Kain, Tarbert.
5 Feb.1814. Mgt. to Jas. & Eliz Stokes. Island, Kilnaughtin.
8 Sept. 1815. Louisa to Wm. & Anne Gallagher,
31 Aug. 1815. Joe to Wm. & Latyia Lindsay.
14 Sept. 1816. Mary Meade, Capt. Nevinson de Courcy RN & Mary at Shannon Lawn, Kilfergus.
12 Sept. 1819. Arabella to John & Ann Cunningham.
24 Feb 1822. Henry Foundling, given name Doore.
17 Sept. 1823.Eliz. to Pat & Mary Enright.
17 Oct. 1824. John to Jn. & Barbara Ware.
8 Nov. 1825  Mary Ann to Tom and Eliz. Finucane.
7 May 1827, Sarah to Wm. Lavery, Doonard.
24 Feb. 1829. Cath. To James and Eliz. Carr.
5 April 1833. Moore Mce. To Mgt. Moore.
9 Dec. 1832. Jane to Barnaby & Jane Moore.
2 June 1835. Joe to Wm. & Mgt Marshall,
Details  of more baptisms available in St Brendan’s Church of Ireland book 1814-2014, available locally.

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Ploughing Match 2014.


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